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Miss and Mr. Kempsville Junior High
During the week of March 4- 10th, Kempsville Junior
High School held its first "Miss and Mr. Kempsville
Junior High School" contest. The idea was started by the
members of the annual staff as a money-making project.
Miss Linamen, sponsor of the annual, stated that she
hoped that the contest would become a tradition at KJHS.
The contestants were chosen on the basis of school spirit,
contributions to KJHS, personality, co-operation, aca-
demic achievement, and character. The five boys and four
girls were selected by a faculty committee from members
of" the ninth grade. The contestants raised two-hundred
and eighty four dollars for the annual staff.
We, the members of the "VENTURE", are deeply
grateful to these students for their help.
Cindy Meredith and Billy Foster make a handsome couple
as they share the top honors of "Miss and Mr. Kempsville
Junior High School".
Smiling Vicki Williamson and "Soul Brother #1" Lagus
McCoy were named as the first runners-up in the KJHS
"Miss and Mr. Kempsville Junior
High School" Contestants: Seated
on the floor: Julie Spencer.
Seated on sofa L to R: Billy
Foster— "Mr. KJHS", Cindy
Meredith— "Miss KJHS", Vicki
Williamson — First Runner-up
"Miss KJHS", Lagus McCoy —
First Runner-up "Mr. KJHS".
Standing L to R: Frank Welch,
Ricky Bliese, Grady Hedgespeth,
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The "VENTURE" staff of Kempsville Junior High School
felt that there were several worthy recipients of the '70-71
Dedication. For their willingness to give of the time, efforts,
faith, and loyalty the staff dedicates this year's "VENTURE" to
the following people:
To Coach Ingram for his successfiil efforts in bringing new
honors to KJHS in the form of our second City Championship
To Mr. Davies for his untiring work with
the SCA and for his sincere interest in and
concern for the students of Kempsville
To Coach Booth for making our first undefeated City
Championship and City Tournament in wrestling possible.
To Miss [,inamcn for her genuine interest in the students and for
her innumerable hours of work with the yearbook, the cheerleaders
and the Pep Club.
To Coach Cochrane for his time and talent which resulted in
an undefeated Conference Championship and another City
Tournament trophy in basketball for the "Home of tl"
Defense " — Kempsville Junior High.
To Coach Coulthard for his skill and knowledge that hel|^ the
KJHS football team lay claim to another City Championship.
Senator Byrd smiles at the dedication audience as he waits for
the applause to subside before he begins his speech.
Superintendent Brickie makes some thought-provoking
Junior High Scliool
A junior high school is a complex organism. It is many
students together and it is one student alone. It is dreams and
loves and hopes that are born and those that die. It is being one
in happiness and being one in sadness. It is changing classes
and football games and it is hours of study and worry.
A junior high school is one being and it is a combination of
many beings. Here a spirit is infused into each and every
student; a spirit, which, if genuine, can never die.
Dedication, April 12, 1970
Teacher of the Year 1969 - 70
diaries Atkins Perkinson, Principal
"There's no heat in the school, the water pipe burst, eight registers
are missing, the library ordered pictures instead of books, Mrs.
Cromwell resigned, seven buses broke down, Mr. Mac and Mr.
Lumpkin are both out with the flu, and all the women teachers have
on pantsuits. I see! Now, tell me the Bad news!
Mr. Perkinson is our administrator in
charge of everything! The overall smooth
functioning of our school expresses his
versatile management of the widespread
demands upon him.
Though the hours are long and his re-
sponsibilities are numerous, he always
manages to have a smile for everyone.
Mr. "P" is well-known to all for his stable
leadership, his willingness to help with
any problem and his ability to put that
problem into its proper perspective.
For this — and for him — we are
thankful. A positive, optimistic man is
good fortune as the rudder of our school,
of any school.
r. Mac arrived at our school this year as the new administrator
in charge of discipline — and he has stayed to prove already that
he is a man who functions efficiently in that job. We are all
tronger because we know Mr. Mac who grasps a difficult job
nd molds its varied problems into solutions.
Kenneth Bryant Lumpkin, A.P.I
Mr. Lumpkin is really the unsung hero in the educational scheme of
things at KJHS. While the students are usually unaware of his
numerous functions, they nevertheless greatly benefit from the
excellent assistance he gives the teachers in matters of instruction. He
handles his many responsibilities with a round intelligence, a
sincerity of purpose and his own special dignity that's always there.
We're glad he's here!
Mrs. Kathryn Buscher
Mrs. Irene Clark
Miss Laura Clark
Chorus & Drama
Mr. Bill Cocharne
Physical Education 9
Mr. Wade Coltran
Industrial Arts I & II
Mr. Bob Coulthard
Algebra & Geometry
Mrs. Becky Cox
Mrs. Ruth Cromwell i\
Mr. Bob Davies
Mr. Ed Dennis
Gen. Math I
"I don't repeat gossip, so listen carefully the first time."
Mr. Tom Duvall Mrs. Edith Edison
/ GaA>JV1ath I & Math I Biology & I.P.S.
Mrs. Kaye Elmore Mrs. Anne Eten Mrs. Pamela Evans
Counselor Librarian Art I & II
Mr. Puggy Farmer
Earth Space Science & I.P.S.
Mrs. Susan Franklin Mr. Gilbert Gordon
Gen. Business & Speech Guidance Director
Mr. Joe Hassell Mrs. Dot Havens Mrs. Flora Haney Miss Mary Henry
Physical Education 8 Physical Education 8 Reading 9 French — & Latin I-II
Miss Josie Lassiter Mr. Lyle Lueck Mrs. Marilyn Jackson
World Geography I.P.S. English 9
Miss Pat Linamen Mrs. Barbara McCart Mrs. Ariene McCord
English 9 I.P.S. Gen. Math I & Math I
Mrs. Elaine Mercer Miss Louise Minson
French I & II English 8
Mrs. Jane Moran Mrs. Brownie Morris Miss Laurie Murray Miss Jackie Parrott
Spanish I English 8 Spanish I & II Reading 8
Mrs. Virginia Reveley
Mr. JohnStahl Mrs. Marlene Stalls
Industrial Arts I & II Earth Space Science
Mrs. SuzanneThompson Mrs. Roberta Thrasher Mr. Doug Tillberg
Earth Space Science Algebra & Math I Industrial Arts I & II
Mrs. Audrey Widgeon Miss Jan Wilds Mr. Ken Williams
Algebra & Math II Home Economics I & II English 8
Nelson Adcock. Jr.
Bonnie And e rso n
V icki Anderson
S helly Artl iuj-
Ronnie Ash by
Robin Bar ton
Rebecca A. Brown
Joh n Buscher
Le slie Camarad
Da vid C a mpbell
Tom Con ley
K aren Conlon
Vic kie Collo D
Sheldon Cot t re 11
B ruce Cournoyer
Debbie Dearborn HF^^ I ^^M^ '*vIk ^ I ^' fll M
Judy Ciuthi ic
Id a Hardison
Cy nthia Hatche r
Dean Joi (.Ian
■S haron Kendri ck
Pf hbi? K inc
Bet h Koehj er
Art Koh n
D ebb ie Lang
Richard Lassite r
M jcheUs-M actrak-
R obert Maddux
Sus an Mann
Carol Mc Bride
Caron McCla nnan
Suzanne (Zan) McGrath
C indy Meredith.
J ack Miley
Steve Mil lei-
D ale Moore
Mark O Hara
Mar k Par ker
Muff it Roberts
Eddie Schumach er
H oward Shaw
S heri Thompson
Debbie Van Wagner
C rystal Ward.
She rry Watk ins
Bob We flick
Bevelyn Ann Williams
Bill Cl ayton
Susan CI ine
Elijah Davis. Jr.
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Michael Kevin Deems
C harles Jones
J ohn Jo nes
R ick Linle
Kai Lysagh t
I Cheryl Mahler
Danny Math is
Teresa Mc Entire
Deborah ML-ri ill
Jo Anne Montague
Jonnie Jay Moore
Mary Beth Morgan
Lee Ann Rusnock
Kevin S mitb-
Norma Jean Smith
PaiH Genovg se
R usty Godere y
Ray Grondo n
Student Council Association
Seventh bell nearly every afternoon finds the four SCA officers trying
to organize and carry out various projects for the students of Kempsviile
Junior High. Learning exactly what the students want isn't always easy,
but with the assistance of representatives and a suggestion box, the
officers got some ideas. Dances were a big success, as was the Student-
Faculty Basketball game (complete with faculty cheerleaders.) When the
SCA recognized the talent of the student body, a talent show was quickly
Good times are important, but the SCA was also concerned with hu-
manity. Aside from donations to charities, like the United Givers, the
school "adopted" a Lebanese boy. Their adoption enabled the seven year
old to go to school.
Taking a long look at the school and community, the SCA realized
that pollution was not a phenomenon which occured someplace else.
Through an assembly and class discussions, the students learned about
problems in the area and how they could be corrected. Their interest and
enthusiasm were harnessed into a massive clean-up campaign of the
school and community.
SCA President Paula Pruden
Sponsors Various Activities
1970 - 71 Venture Staff
"Can you identify this person? Who messed up the
pictures? Where is what"s-his-name? I need his copy!"
These were faoiiliar sounds as the Kempsville Junior High
annual was in its final stages. Amid all the helter-skelter,
a yearbook recording daily life at KJHS was somehow
At the beginning of the year the staff members set out
to solicit ads. Then came the taking of student pictures
which can only be described as one big headache. Howev-
er, the staff managed to survive the ordeal but Miss
Linamen, our sponsor, may never never be the same. We
all know now that her nickname "Red" refers to more
than just her hair — what a temper!!!
Afler the pictures were taken we were confronted with
many little details: identifying pictures, drawing lay-outs,
writing copy, and meeting deadlines. Did you know that
we have some students at KJHS who don't know their
alphabet? How 'bout it Sam and Susan?
Looking back over the year we remember the good
times and try to forget the bad ones, but basically it was
fun. So here's the final result of all our labor — the
preservation of a year's events at Kempsville Junior High.
Hope you enjoy it.
L to R: Business Manager — Robert Niesler, Editor-
Williams, Assistant Editor — Ricky Thomas.
L to R: Loizeaux, Hubbard, Ellis, Foreman, Sanderlin, Kirkwood.
Meets Final Deadline
Kempsville Junior High Art Club
presents an opportunity for all students
interested in art to participate in many
art activities. Craft projects, field trips,
and sponsorship of the school art show
are being undertaken by the students
The main project of the 1970-71 club
is to work toward the goal of purchasing
a piece of work by a professional artist
of the Tidewater area for KJHS. Funds
are presently being raised by means of
bake sales and other fund raising means.
Also the club is providing strong
support for the Festival of Visual and
Performing Arts which takes place in
May at the Virginia Beach Dome.
1st Row L to R: Colosi, Repass, Jones, Mitchell. 2nd Row L to R: Daugherty,
Beiler, Bowles. Semi-circle L to R: Carder, Bullard, Mason, Woolard, Scott,
DeCook, Piland, Smith, Meeker, Douglas, Kinard, Morgan, Warren, Smith, Mrs.
Evans, Noyes, Mrs. Query.
Seated L to R: Hubbard, Loizeaux, Lupton, Passaris, Wilder. Kneeling L to R: Berman, Kelley, Berkhimer,
Leverone, Moreau, Withers, Nelson, Hooper, Eason, Carter. Standing L to R: Mrs. Mercer, Johnston,
Koehler, Hardison, Taylor, Millen, DeCook, Murphy, Tyer, Patterson, Dearborn, Mason, Patrick, Amory,
Beeby, Kamrad, Carpenter, K., Carpenter D.
Standing L to R: Diaz, Seneker, Jones, Simons, Morelen, Helm, Kubiszwsici, Doxey, Yount, Francis,
Freeman, Hedgespeth, Stephenson, Campbell, Burroughs, Foxwell, Reedus, Knight, Norville,
Jackson, Edwards. Kneeling L to R: Boyd, Brend, Ticatch, Austin, Cline, Noblett, Bogart, Drier,
Barnett, Kisch, Bruce, Higgins, Merkerson, Wilder, Jordal, Lanchester, Kohn, McDuffie.
Seated L to R: Tata, Hinds, Foreman, Rauschenbach — Pres., Eldridge. Hill, Nettles, Haymes, Kunz,
Brantley. Standing L to R: Morrisett, Moerschell, Simons, Gentry, Bunch, Leverone, Conlon, Cook,
Simmons, Sanderlin, Arthur, Ellis, Proctor, Grain.
Sitting L to R: Wright, Morris, Walker, Almirall, Hoff, Gasias, Anderson, Boyd, Kelly, Lynch, Williams. Kneeling L to R:
Mandigo, Comer, Womble, Kendrick, Larry, Bray, Lovitt, Jones. Standing L to R: Miss Murray, Langelier, Stephenson,
WindschitI, Wade, Morphis, Siebels, Brown, Sheppy, Dandridge, Barnes, LeSeane, Tuck — Pres., Forrest, Nachman, Lewis,
Libick, Morgan, Arthur, Gray, Stevens.
1st Row L to R: Miss Clark, Smithson, Kutchera, Conlon, Murphy, Kennedy, Traino, Sawyer, Dickenson,
Bogart. 2nd Row L to R: Mahler, Hickman, Scott, DeBellis, Bullock, Arthur, Booker, Harris, Jordon, Skiles,
Wilson. 3rd Row L to R: Strange, Meise, Joines, Bradley, Martin, Crabtree, Lassiter, Scott, Fortune, Moore,
Bell. 4th Row L to R: Strange, Mann, Dearborn, Doss, Benton, Dowdy, Crofford, Welch, Handtinger,
Witherington, Rice, Coffelt, Justice. Not pictured: Calevas.
1st Row L to R: Arthur, James, Segrest, Middleton, Harris, Powers,
Davenport, Sanidas. 2nd Row L to R: Kimble, Husch, Ainsley, Howard,
Seitz, Thomas, Throneberry, Barnes, Friesen. 3rd Row L to R: Wall, Land,
Cole, Roberts, Menge, Murphy, Culp, Hunter, Williams. Not pictured:
1st Row L to R: Kramer, Allen, Murphy, Wilson, Simmons, Patchsak, Persons, Cullers, Moore, Lyon, Turner, Woolard,
Thorne, Coffelt. 2nd Row L to R: Spangler, Simms, Capetanakis, Hawthorne, French, Hoppel, McMillen, Barnes,
Forrell, Jernigan, Hines, Maddox, Walker, Dozier, Smith. 3rd Row L to R: Nance, Holland, Berry, Litchfield, Gordon,
Steward, Jones, Davis, Simmons, Pettis, Weddle, Condon, Manby, Teagle, Wooddell. 4th Row L to R: Sherman,
Capetanakis, Repass, Liebold, Tuck, Midgett, Lassiter, Sullivan, Moss, Ash, Jones, Miller, Simmons, Dozier, Smith,
Gilchrist, Ashby, Gills Not pictured: Webb, New, Robinson, Samet, Wilson, Langley, Moore, Melvin, Woolard.
KJHS All-City Junior High Chorus
1st Row L to R: Crabtree, Bradley, Dowdy, Welch, Bogart, Wall, Segrest. 2nd Row L to R: Murphy,
Simmons, Lassiter, T. Lassiter, Rice, Moss, Hickman, Teagle. 3rd Row L to R: Lannon, Meise, Smithson,
Menge, Arthur, Scott, Kennedy, Dozier. 4th Row L to R: Smith, Kuchera, Friesen, Jernigan, Walker, Skiles,
Bullock, Land. Not pictured: Handfinger, Maddox, Murphy.
The Kempsville Junior High School Majorette
Corps, consisting of 7 members, have performed hand
in hand with the Marching Band. Adding the icing to
the cake, the Majorettes Corps performed two solo
productions during football season. The highlight of
the season came when the corps brought home two
first place trophies from the Regional Majorette Asso-
ciation Competition held in Portsmouth. Miss Vickie
Williamson, Head Majorette, has done an outstanding
job in rehearsing the group and working out routines.
Mrs. Joanne Flanagan is the majorette sponsor.
Sponsor Mrs. Joanne Flanagan and Head Majorette Vicki
Williamson proudly display the two trophies won by the KJHS
L to R: Susan Urso, Assistant Head Rosalee Cavallo, Darlene Stevenson, Karen Lindamood, Bonnie Jones,
Head Vicki Williamson, and Lee Ann Wright.
The Kempsville Junior High School Concert
and Marching Band is composed of 72
members. The group has performed four
precision halftime shows during football
season and presented a Christmas Cantata in
conjunction with the Concert Chorus. The
Concert Band performs in the District II Band
Festival and will present a combination serious
and "pops" concert in the Spring. The
Marching Band will present its colors in the
Azala Festival Parade and the Armed Forces
Day Parade. Under the direction of Mr.
William Flanagan, the band has done much to
promote school spirit, even to presenting "The
Horse" as the school fight song. This indeed
been a highly successful year for the music
department and the Kempsville Junior High
Band Officers L to R: Bonnie Jones, Scott Foxwell, Mr. Flanagan, Cindy
Morsett, Vicki Williamson, Ricky Bliese and Paula Pruden.
Spirited, lively, animated, zestful, exuberant, active,
vivacious, energetic, dynamic . . . These nine words
more than describe the nine girls who composed the
1970-71 Kempsville Junior High Cheerleading Squad.
Appearing in their blue skirts and bulky white
sweaters for football the girls added color and pep to
cold game days. For basketball, they shed the sweaters
and donned snappy blue vests with mock turtle neckline
white jerseys. Needless to say they made quite an im-
pression on the court.
In addition to adding color, the girls did a splendid
job of fostering school spirit, supporting pep rallies, as
well as leading KJHS fans in cheers.
These girls have spent a busy but fun-filled yeat- in
service to KJHS. Because of their accomplishments and
their boundless energy, the cheerleaders have shown us
that they, too, are # 1.
L to R: Co-Captains Vicki Cotton and Cindy Meredith.
Bottom Row L to R: K. Beeby, J. Beeby, Murphy, Foreman, V. Pres. Tuck, Pres. Mason, Sec. Johnson, Treas.
Meekins, Dozier, Hoff, Parvin, Cole. 2nd Row L to R: Harris, Murphy, Jones, Kennedy, Hardison, Loizeaux,
Taylor, Conlin, Arthur, Sims, Blanton, Cooper. 3rd Row L to R: Sherman, Teagle, Williams, Ralph, Hardy,
DeCook, Forrell, Jenigan, Hauch, Johnson, Almiral, McCartney. 4th. Row L to R: Woolard, Meise, Lannon,
Ambrose, Lovitt, Thiem, McGowen, Hunter, Harris, Smith, Clark, Bryant. 5th Row L to R: Scott, Walker,
Taylor, Smithson, Goffreir, Cox. Top Row L to R: Bates, Booker, Cotton, Kendricks, Meredith, Smith,
Guidance Workers Gym Assitants
Sitting L to R: Bryant, Clary, OHara, Casteiow, Watson. Standing L to R: Ingram, Brewer, Tetterton,
Whitman, Bliese, Welch, McCoy, Moore, DeShiei, Roach, Copley, Campbell, Remarski, Dumire, Hedgepeth,
Pezzella. Kneeling L to R: Swartzentruber, Smith, Byrd, Lassiter, Deams, Jordan, Moore, Boone, Handfinger,
Maddox, Clements, Simmons, Dozier, Bridgeman, Dodd, Buchannan, Coulthard.
**Spirit, Drive, Ability
The Braves continued their tradition of winning
championships in football by winning a share of the City
Championship for the second consecutive year. We opened the
season with a disheartening 6-0 loss to Va Beach Jr. The
Braves nearly scored on an end sweep by Lagus McCoy who
went out of bounds on the 1 foot line.
The Braves got on the winning track against the First Colo-
nial Jr. JV by a score of 26-0. In that contest the defense, led
by Terry Lassiter and Ricky Bliese, began to assert itself. The
offense also jelled as Kevin Smith scored twice and Frank
Welch scored as well as throwing a long touchdown pass to
In the third game the Braves completely overwhelmed
Norfolk Academy by a score of 34-0. Our famous "Red"
team saw considerable action in this game and almost scored.
Plaza Jr. proved to be quite a formidable opponent yielding
grudgingly by a score of 14-12 , and becoming the first and
only team to score twice against our defensive team.
Against Princess Anne the team suffered an emotional let
down but managed to prevail by a score of 22-0.
The next week was spent feverishly preparing for the
Bayside game which would decide the City Championship. We
won the game when Lenny Handfinger tackled the Bayside
runner in the end zone.
Our offensive team scored a total of 96 points while the
defensive team held our opponents to a total of 20 points. The
year proved to be very rewarding and every member of the
team showed a great desire to be a winner.
Co-City Champions '70 - '71
Kempsville Junior Braves
Impatiently waiting for basicetball then sudden despair.
Despite this loss of height and skill the Braves begin. Two bum
legs and a bad back didn't keep us from having aggressive
practices. We immediately learned how to hurt our mouth and
teeth. 20 defense — work, work, work." Thanx for the gift
Norview. Cox JV snickers but later we laugh. They will
remember Kempsville JUNIOR. 50 — defense — work, work,
work. Early victories & and jitters. Polish 22 defense.
Christmas and undefeated 4 — record. Vacation — that's a
joke! 44 defense — work, work, work. Mental mistakes are
minimized. KJHS starts its version of "Mighty Mights" againsi
Norfolk Acadamy JV. "They are bigger than ????." Yes, it
does pay off to work hard during Christmas. Va Beach at the
beach — this year the game was finished! The game of 2
unbeaten teams. Big Bayside versus little KJHS brought
another win for quickness and defense. Va Beach at home —
"What kind of move was that? " 30 behind and stall! Semester
break and undefeated 9 — record. Welcome back, Red'?! Plaza
at Plaza was a game of run, run, run., "You were lucky.
Coach." Bayside at Bayside — the little guys do it again. First
season brought KJHS 12 wins — looses. Second season —
Tournament time. Flu hits but we are ready. The beach stalls
but our defense doesn't. Championship game against Plaza
brings one half of frustration and finds us trailing. Pride,
composure, and defense sends the Braves to another
Tournament Championship. Final record 14 wins — losses.
Kempsville Jr. IS the Home of the Defense.
Front Row L to R: B. Stakes, B. Bailey, D. Gilliam, B. Hartley, E. Iserman, T. Lassiter, C. Williams, R. Bliese, B.
Foster, B. Womble, A. Gilchrist, J. Gilchrist, B. Hooper, Brinkley. Not Pictured: B. Blankenship and C. Floyd.
R. Albee. Back Row L to R: Coach Cochrane, K. Smith, J.
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and Tournament Champions
L to R: Co-Captain B. Foster, Coach Cochrane, Co-Captain
Kevin Smith was named the Most Valuable Player in the Two Kempsville Braves, Craig Williams and Kevin Smith,
Va Beach City Tournament. Congratulations, Kevin! were chosen for the All-Tournament Team. Job well done
Up, Down, All Around - Sayin'
In the City
The Braves wrestling team ended the season undefeated in the
Conference and the City Tournament.
During the regular season, the Grabbers score 3 19 points
compared to 1 13 points for their opponents in 8 matches. This was an
average of 40 points each match, while giving up only 14 points a
The Braves had 14 of their 15 wrestlers competing in the finals of
the City Tournament. Seven Braves took first place and seven
finished in second place. Lagus McCoy was the only undefeated and
untied wrestler on the team.
David Clary's record for 2 years at KJHS is 15-2 and Frank
Welch was 14-2 . Captain Bob Wernick finished with 10-2 and a
Special praise and recognition is extended to the 27 ninth graders
that will be leaving KJHS this year. Eleven of these boys wrestled on
the varsity team. The team has 30 eighth graders returning for next
year and they are looking for big things.
CITY TOURNAMENT RESULTS
Co-Captains Brad Clements &
Bob Wernick. Coaches
Second Place City Championship Winners. Kneeling L to R: Ricky Halprin, Matt Francis, Mark Remarski, Randy
Jordan, Bob Tata. Standing L to R: Frank Welch, Brad Clements, David Clary.
Injuries took a heavy toll on the baseball team this season.
In our first conference game against Plaza Jr. High we
suffered key injuries to Tommy Chowns, Robert Legg and
Jake Powers. After losing in extra innings to Plaza 3-2 the
Braves had successive losses to Norfolk Catholic by a score of
14-8 and Va Beach by a score of 8-0 After a
reorganization of the team, we won 5 games and lost 2 over
the remainder of the season. Norfolk Academy was our first
victim by a score of 8 — 0. We then got our first conference
victory against Bayside by a score of 8-7. The Braves also
defeated Bayside Jr. and Norfolk Academy for the second
times as well as avenging the loss to Plaza Jr. We suffered
two more losses at the hands of Va. Beach and Norfolk
Catholic. After a very disappointing start the team lived up to
expectations and finished the year very strong to have a 5-5
record. Several outstanding performances were turned in by
Braves players: Frank Welch led the team with a .450 batting
average, Jimmy Moore led the team in pitching with a 3-1
record, Brett Poyner had three home runs, Ricky Bliese, Tom
Lorkiewicz, and Billy Foster turned in outstanding defensive
L to R: Co-Captain B. Poyner, Coach Ingram, Co-Captain
Kneeling L to R: K. Edwards, J. Lyies, D. Lewis, B. Foster, T. Lorkiewiez, D. Vann, J. Moore. Standing L to R: R. Legg,
M. Barbee, F. Welch, G. Butler, K. Hughes, J. Powers, R. Bliese, J. Roberts, R. Mott, B. Poyner, B. Traino, T. Chowns,
R. Allen, J. Everett, Coach Ingram.
**Hurt" the Braves
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Overall Record: 5 wins — 5 losses
Lady Braves Are Victorious
EXTRAMUR.\L HOCKEY TEAM— Seated L to R: D. Howard. S. Williams. C. Lake. M. Todd, D. Lang. K.
McClannan. C. Johnson. Standing L to R: V. Anderson. B. Larry. K. Beeby. M. Murphy. L. GofTrier. S. Watkins. S.
Sanderlin. R. Silas. V. Lewis. D. Turley.
And Bring Honor to KJHS
GYMNASTICS TEAM — Seated L to R: V. Williamson, S. Atkins, M. Cox. Standing: L.
Taylor. Lower bar L to R: L. Goffrier, S. Rogers. Upper bar L to R: T. Bryant, S. Johnson,
EXTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL TEAM — Seated L to R: L. Lee and D. Patrick Standing L to R: B. Skiles, S. Perry, C
Smith, D. Hunter, S. McGrath, S. Coffelt, K. Beeby, A. Scott, S. Atkins.
One of the advantages of old age is a fond rememberance
of the past. When the alumni of Kempsville Junior High
think back over their junior high days, they will remember
the classes, teachers, and their fellow students. But most of all
they will remember the athletics of KJHS. For the athletics of
a school have a magic all their own, and compile a cohesive
force which seems to unite the entire school in a common
cause, victory. The victory, however, does not belong to one
player or even to one team. The victory belongs to the school
and each student in it. Thus it has been in years past and so it
will be in future generations.
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5266 Princess Anne Road
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462
Your Community Drug Store
Wick's Auto Repair
1S52 VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA
Sales - Rentals - Insurance - Appraisals
David B. Oglesby & Forest L. Barclift
4310 River Rd.
Cheaspeake, Va. 23325
MADE WITH FRESH CREAM
Packing Co. Inc.
I Division of ^^.^^^^
Division of ^
J.S. Bell Jr., and Co. ^ K
620 East Olney
PRINCESS ANNE ROAD
lA BEACH, VA. 23452
GUERNSEY MILK AND CREAM
Specializing in Home Delivery
u,?isor^ Cavalier Sporting Goods, Inc.
Oxv^rCi Headquarters For Everything in Athletic and Sporting Goods Equipment
PI ^ 849 E. Little Creek Road • Norfolk, Virginia 235 18
^QAUJ/y\ V./>^~^\j^ [ Phone 583-5907
of Virginia Beach
D.S. RUSSELL & SONS, INC.
Faiits and Produce
3521 Virginia Beach Blvd. — Norfolk, Va. 23502
Telephone 855-2791 855-2796 ^
Andre Garnet's Hair Styling
Compliments of a Friend
Compliments of a Friend
Compliments of Bobbie and Helen' School of Dance
Miller's TV Service
Barretts Corner Esso
Mr. and Mrs. Donald P.
S.N. Freight Lines
Mr. and Mrs. Ben M. Royster
Joseph, Betty, John, Patty & Sue McKenney
,"\o r eQ_LLv^ AlCLt4 diuu^. qyU^
ouucpt. A Special Thanks to
^-CiL>^v^<x_. Some Special People
In a large machine there are always parts that do
important jobs but are seldom recognized for their
contributions. Well, in the KJHS machine we want to
recognize these "parts" and acknowledge their
importance. Thanx Willie, Frank and the entire
janitorial staff for taking such good care of us. Another
thank you goes to Mrs. Harrier, our dietician, for her
management of the cafeteria. At last, but certainly not
least, our own Mr. Brooks. Your ready willingness to
help and your infectious smile are well known at KJHS.
Mr. "B", even if we don't say it very often we appreciate
all you do.
Here's Mrs. Harrier who sees to it that we have our lunches
five day^a week, one hundred and eijgh't>^ days a year. Thank
you, Mrs.lJairier for all that you dq"^. . . we appreciate it.
Mr. Brooks, is that someone signing your cast? It could
possibly be any number of people bowing at your feet for all
the things you ve done for us. Thanx for everything.
fl'ijo. ^QjuQA, ^ad Ccte.'c>^
STEVEN DANIEL SCOTT
Born October 20,1956
Died September 26,1970
STEPHEN WESLEY GRAY
Born August 20, 1956
Died November 6, 1970
TERANCE WILLIAM KRIPAITIS
Born June 14, 1955
Died December 11, 1970
• North Corolino \ '
• Winston- Solem
I HUNTER PUBLISHING COMPANY
J • North CorolifKi
CHARLES R. PERRY, Regional Soles Manogi
JOHN PERRY, Representative